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GAMERS – Free on Kindle

TweetTis the season to be giving.  Rather than buy you a shiny new Porsche, which would just suck up gas and insurance money, I’m giving you an eternal gift–a book.  For the holidays, and a little beyond, my young adult dystopia novel Gamers will be free on Amazon (and a few other select sites).   […]

A Few ISMAR09 Demos

TweetThere’s so much for me to talk about from ISMAR09 and I was only there for half of the conference.  I have a half-dozen more posts sketched out for the next couple of weeks.  I did get to attend the demo night on Monday which showcased the real hands-on applications of augmented reality.  Gail Carmichael posted up […]

Augmented Reality Scale Update (Reality Recognition)

TweetAbout a month ago, I proposed an augmented reality scale to help us define different applications of the technology.  While the post received good feedback, I felt that it could use more refinement.  This update will define the scaling between 1 and 10 for the Reality Recognition axis.  This will help others use it, as […]

Augmented Reality Helps Art Meet Life

TweetThis augmented reality video from Najork has clearly been modified post-production, however, it really gives a sense of the possible.  When the tools to do this easily become available some artists might abandon real materials and instead build their art installations out of imagination and the colored lights reflected on our eyes.  Combine these free-flowing […]